Chocolate milk may no longer be a choice for school children in public schools as soon as 2025. The USDA is seeking ways to reduce the total amount of sugars served to students in lunchrooms. [KEVIN TAYLOR/TIMESDAILY]

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Department of Agriculture has turned its sights to banning food and drinks with too much sugar that are offered in public schools.

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